Live the Trend: Gallerie

See how one Atlanta homeowner incorporates the geometric shapes and bold colors of Gallerie into his stylish home.

Photo By: Tomas Espinoza

Photo By: Tomas Espinoza

Photo By: Tomas Espinoza

Photo By: Tomas Espinoza

Photo By: Tomas Espinoza

Photo By: Tomas Espinoza

Photo By: Tomas Espinoza

Photo By: Tomas Espinoza

Photo By: Tomas Espinoza

Photo By: Tomas Espinoza

Photo By: Tomas Espinoza

Photo By: Tomas Espinoza

Photo By: Tomas Espinoza

Photo By: Tomas Espinoza

The Merits of More

More color, primary brights, sleek midcentury lines all add up to the wit and energy that defines the Gallerie trend.

Orange Is the New Black

White floors and walls are all you need when your home is ornamented with such festive colors and the sleek lines of midcentury modern furniture.

Bold Color

Bold color and geometric influences are a signature hallmark of the Gallerie trend.

Punchy Outdoor Space

Gallerie is a trend influenced by the bold colors and forms of the modern 20th century art of Henri Matisse, Yves Klein, Joan Mitchell and Frank Stella. In a perfect symbiosis, the modernist shapes of midcentury designers Charles and Ray Eames, Verner Panton and Eero Saarinen are featured in artist and business owner Grant Henry's stunning Atlanta home.

Out of Sight Brights

The vivid primary colors of these lollipop screens revs up the green palate of Grant Henry's outdoor space. With color like this in design, who needs flowers? Henry keeps things simple with turf and monkey grass in his garden.

Technicolor Tea

Vintage tea pots from Dansk's Soren Quistgaard are displayed for maximum impact in a group.

Modern Mobile

Geometric forms define the Gallerie trend.

Primary Pops

Green becomes just another vibrant color when juxtaposed with jolts of primary hues in this graphic, colorful outdoor vignette.

White Walls Bold Art

Gallerie often works best when it's placed against a neutral backdrop. Homeowner Grant Henry does it right with bold color set against stark white walls and floors.

Humor Helps

Color lends automatic punch to a design scheme, but colorful objects like this red hot Buddha amp up the fun.

Add Art

Want to gradually add the Gallerie trend to your home? Start with art or massed collections, a great way to inject color into staid surroundings.

Glass Menagerie

Homeowner Grant Henry keeps things light but sticks to his colorful theme with a light and bright collection of glassware on his dining room table.

The Group

Midcentury collectibles, massed on a vintage console, offer a rainbow of color. Intense artworks are placed off-kilter rather than centered on the console, the better to give these collectibles some of the spotlight.

Pop Art

Works by a Chinese artist arranged in a linear cartoon-panel style lend the perfect frisson of color and cheeky attitude to what could be a very plain basement ping pong playroom